Today I’ll be reviewing the Vaporesso Tarot Nano 80W TC Starter Kit. This is a complete kit encompassing a mod, tank and coils. The mod itself is called the Tarot Nano, and can push out a maximum of 80 watts. Similarly the accompanying tank that comes in this kit is called the Veco. This is a 22mm sub-ohm tank that has a 2ml capacity, top airflow and uses ceramic coil heads.
Vaporesso Tarot Nano 80W Mod
The Tarot Nano mod is noticeably small. Its dimensions are 70mm x 38mm x 22mm. This makes it rather stealthy in the hand. Though small, the Tarot Nano packs a punch and has lots of neat features. These features include,
- Temperature Control (SS, Ni, or Ti) from 280F – 600F
- Variable Wattage 5 – 80 watts
- Custom Curve Wattage (CCW)
- Custom Curve Temperature (CCT)
- Bypass Mods
Operating the Tarot Nano is very simple. 5 clicks of the fire button will turn the device on or off. Also you can adjust the wattage or temperature by use of the ‘+’ or ‘-‘ buttons. There is a mode button underneath the +/- buttons that allows you to navigate through the aforementioned features. Simply press and hold the bottom button and the mode of the device will change as a result.
Vaporesso Veco Sub-Ohm Tank
The Veco sub-ohm tank has been designed to fit the small nature of the Tarot Nano, being only 22mm in diameter. One great feature of the Veco is that it has top airflow. This is good because it means there is literally no possible way for it to leak. More often than not, sub-ohm tanks that I have used will always find a way to leak. Furthermore making this a top airflow tank was a very smart decision by Vaporesso.
Speaking about airflow, the airflow on the Veco tank is what I would describe as semi-restricted. At its most open airflow setting, you can get a decent lung hit, but I think that this has been designed for a happy medium between direct lung, and mouth to lung.
The Veco Tank has a 2ml eliquid capacity with a simple filling system. The top of the Veco unscrews easily allowing the user to pour their ejuice straight into the tank. There are no kidney shaped holes that can make filling fiddly, you simply have the glass section. Hence this makes filling the Veco tank a breeze from either chubby gorilla bottles or glass drippers.
The Veco does utilize the Vaporesso ceramic coil head technology. In the earlier versions of this kit, you would receive a more traditional coil with wire and cotton, however I am glad that Vaporesso have decided to include the ceramic coil heads. The flavor from these coils are fantastic. This is because in part to the restricted nature of the airflow, the reduced chamber size of the tank itself and the ceramic coil heads.
The coils heads are easy to replace. Simply unscrew the base of the tank, pull the coil out, and push in a new one. Consequently this ‘plug and play’ style of coil replacement makes this a very easy user friendly kit.
The Vaporesso Tarot Nano 80W TC Starter Kit is available online for around $42.95 USD or $72.50 AUD. I believe that this is far too much money for this kit. Yes, it is of quality construction and has alot of features packed into it, however I don’t think there is $42.95 USD worth. If this was a bit cheaper, I would be singing a different tune as a result.
The Vaporesso Tarot Nano 80W TC Starter Kit comes with some unique packaging. The box has a cover sleeve which provides all the details of the kit. Once the sleeve is removed you are left with a cardboard box that will open into two halves. Inside one half you receive your Tarot Nano, Veco Tank, spare glass and spare o-rings. In the other half you receive a nice braided USB charging cable, spare coil, Vaporesso warranty card and multi lingual user manual. I personally didn’t like the design on the Tarot Nano but it may be your jam.
Comment down below what you thought of the Vaporesso Tarot Nano 80W TC Starter Kit.